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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 4 July 1916

THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 191. RICHARD BENNETT AS A WILLIAMS STAR John I'i'inv ,Tnins f'oiincil of dm Wlnis K(iiity Assn-eiiilion. NARRAGANSETT GIVES PREPAREDNESS BALL Henry H. Knno and Mrs. John H. Ilnnnn Lornl Urnml Mnrch In Town Hull. MRS. HETTY GREEN DIES OF PARALYSIS Wotnnn Finnnclor Kntrit llnvo 11 ml Kortiinp of $100,000,000. to NAntiAOAN-mxT Vir.n, July J. lncom llltf trnln. ...... (T.NITItY'S Ni:V OWNKHS ,l0t of visitor tu Nurrag.msett I'lcr to-' SON AVI) 1)A I'd 1ITF. II l.V.W j day fur slay. 0f varying lengths of time, i . I Tho perfect weather brought also lour-J T """"" """ l:HlK '"" distance for fndenendettee the star nf ' u.iv. A preparedness ball attracted a large Blithering of men Mll() wlltncM (n th town Ha to-night. ery . Kane of whri ni 'iiixi Hennctt in tlil" ' '5 will '" p.w,,.iv if t:tiBllf"li life written by Harold Hrghouso, ntithor erf "Hob. non's Choice ' which was so successful lift fd'i Hint tlm Shuberts are go. Ire tn """'' om two companies next resr tn ...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 4 July 1916

TOrW ' 1916. ' 8 4 THE 'SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 4, I KIDDER, PEABODY ft GO. 115 Devonshire St. BOSTON 17 Wall St. NEW YORK Investment Securities Foreign Exchange Letters of Credit Correspondents of BARING BROTHERS I CO., LTD. LONDON FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Slocks Show General Strength After Enrly Drop in , War Issues. TIU'DINO RATIIEK MGHT BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS CLINTON GILBERT 2 Weill St. Tel. -1-4S Hector Henry Clews & Co. i.i Mi:im;its x 1. nil. I 10 IIKOAD ST. V. MTOI'K kxciunok Slotl, Bonds 3nd Inrettment Sccuriliet liouht an-) tnld on commission. A!no carried r'i ronicrvative terms. Deposit Accounts tccc.vtd "object to check at ig!it. Interest dji-1 on daily balance. HKANOII OFFICES foo Kiflh Ain n.-,:t Third Ave. 1122 Uro.n1w.-ij- m) Warren St. In I til.ut -iii,ro in Court SI , llklyn. rnsiii Mtn:s Iiiaci lo.vs o I L MH1 EN III.OC oi.it stock CARL H. PFOR2HEIMER fcCO. rbnoi 4SflO.12.3 4 Broad 25 Broad St., N. T. Suggestions for Investors may he hml im request A. B. Leach...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 4 July 1916

171 -iV "ifV !.v !."ii'vV -vr 1 AV THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1918. rtX':', -vivl BIG BUYING HALTS SLUMP IN COTTON Comniimi Tfotiso Gets HO,- 000 Ttnlos, Trolmhly to Cover Shorts. ADVANCES AT FINISH Tf, featnm nt the sr-sslon was tlie rMWfitr..t. huyln ilurlnir the early tuMnt by a l.irfre commission house. Uie purchases turf estlmntril nt np ppoilm.ie'y 3"-.0n lutles nml were 'houjrM I" represent the covcrlnit of ihortu anil iran fresh huyinir for Ion tcfd'jnt. Ak n result th market c'jMd only o'lKiitly, ilesplte the accumu Utlon ef. ttWnts orders over the week .til, which rniphnslioi. the analysis of falurJay' n.iverntnrtil report. gAt.tlment In the tr.nle was not nrr ptMUiIy bearish. After the early .ie of l'p. elation for Southern nml Will Street a 1 units the offerings were c-rpirauvfly light nml final quotations re nt small advances. There np Vfrtd to ! further evenlnt: of trades over the holiday Delated attention tans firm to the further detults of the tlov ernmer.t report, wh...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 4 July 1916

10' . . . THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916. 7 NEW STEINWAY HALL FOR WEST 57TH ST. Kilo I'iiivIiiimmI Nenr Canii'ic i 1 1 til I for Ki' ne Twelve Slorv linililiiiir. l.ANKINC IIOI'sK KM'ANDS riMirtPi'iilli stiret I about to loi' llnl last reminder of t ' il.tv li"n olitHrdcnl rmirle found Hi iriin li;il bonic In r' In ri'itnlrv In lln ilili'!il ttliere cheap t inn In ilimii. Iiilliiuil rnfes and ilmp Miet reM.itimiilK iin'V iboillid. Strliittnj' j 0 .villa unto Hi'.'.il.'il in llli.lllllllll .iirin. May Hull and In ctubMsli a new luiinc on rifl,t-ietetitli i.trti't In tin' vicinity of 'iiriifKlo ll.ill aii'l ""Veral lino etiili and hoteln, A de.il for IVn nro-ee try. prop erly tt.n 1'liir.ed M'Merd.iy, an. I .within n short 1 1 Inn n hlrlip ntnry Iniitilinir will l tiiulrr rn-rtloii. In ttlilvli all the foa luri'fi nlll " t'niiilniiril ttlilrh nrr to ! fulliul In tin) IIU'M ini'ilfrii i-hmUKOiii and ".iteifKim. Selmi , Henry and PuiikLih lilbbuiin ttoin liuikcrn In III" tiiinK.iilloii....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 4 July 1916

AUSTRIAN CHEMIST UTILIZES NETTLES Discovers Way o Mukr Them Yield Kiliru Valuable for Textiles!. SlTiAK MADK FROM PLANT tlKnttN". July n A trlpto tllsonv. sry b' 1'rofesaor Oswald Klehter, an Austrian chemist, Unit h nettle flbfii of hlRh tattle for milking textiles run t recovered easily Hnrt cheaply by the water ruttlni; process, that a rich tltld of fruit aiiifar Is thereby steeped from the plHtitc, and that the Mem rnk an excellent fodder, U an nounced. Ho raiiid to hlx discovery after aom fifteen yfiir.i of exiiorlmenttna- with smmonla solutions, only to find at taut lbt th" liber could b scpurated by lotting the plMila In wiiter. It all de remit, howctcr, on knowing liow to supply writer. litvcstlKiitors had ill alone made the mistake) of naaiim Ins that nettles inuit bo rotted like (In, that If, they must be tlimtwi Into nter and left there till the; plants were mffieiently rotted to permit the ispiration of liber and ttood. Hut thla method failed completely with net ties, fo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 4 July 1916

iiV-.v- '.-rt;i;-j-,-.Ji- rvi ,-i.ifjtiv- 'i'W' Mt'vVi3Miw 'THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916. 12 Pennant Chances of Yankees Are Somewhat Dimmed by Mishap That Puts Gilhooley Out for Season , ,.'.. r...s M'GRAWITES LEARN COOMBS IS SAME OLD 'COLBY JACK Former Star Hurler of Mnck uipu Repeiils Stunt of Five Years Ago. ALLOWS ONLY fl HITS: srPKRIIAK WIN, 0 TO 1 II) tIir.tKHICK i. 1.1KB. Hack In 1911, Ith a background of rabid blcncberltcs, Jack Coombs, the Colby Kohlnoor, tolling In the drab of Connie Mack, hold the (Hants to three I hits In eleven lnrtlnRK on the Polo Grounds, and the Athletics won a World's Series game, 3 to 2. A lot of things have happened to both Coombs ii tul his old mates on the A's Inco that autumn afternoon when Ja;k and the Olants first mot. Among other things which have happened since then r. tho new green draperies on the eentro field bleachers of the nrush Stadium, but they couldn't fool Jack with curtains. Jawn of Kennchunkport, Me., pitched the h-ischall wit...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 4 July 1916

f THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916. 4 13 Rough Riding at the Aqueduct Track Is Followed by the Suspension of Three Jockeys Carter Handicap To-day 9 JOCKEYS PUNISHED FOR ROUGH RIDING Turf li'iilcr- Suspend MiCalicy, sliilliuir antl Tcnti in Mr I'll'lll't. IiI))VN ('HOICK NNMXS;.rk,fc:i 1 4.ll Master Meflrll. PC3SIBIE WINNERS AT AQUEDUCT TRACK TO-DAY. jrl ICurr True n Meet, llnek .hot. Mitliilr. Second Itim llrinitnnt. Mo, Nor. ''third ltnte Onrlirun entrj. Bonnie lUtrh. WMfnl, lc.urth Hi"'' Coquette, Oniric mlth. Ilnrr Shaw. ' llllh IlKir II n t Ir r entry. Thl.llr. arti en. olilli liiici l lirrt. Ilrlglit Stnr. Mlra. 1 There a stormy time nt Aqueduct ...... llnln rlpHrenHpil After lh first ! r, unit upjet the calculations of those ' hi had Scured on u faM. itry track. It if not oily the elements which were hArtrtl '-h Tlrlt of unrest, for tho , - win! mr, in .re Hi'tlve than Ht any r ..u tmi' f season. Jockey after jikkey came nnler censure nnd suspen-M-n oilr.R to the iletertnlnul ef...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 4 July 1916

' THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916. AN'U SV.W YOKK i'UKSfl. TUKSDAY, JULY 4, 1010. Battrrd if the Pot offlre at New York si Second L'Ihiii .Mall Mat nr. Nulnrrlillon by Mall, Postpaid. DAtl.Y, Per M..11M1 DAHV. Per i ir SUNDAY, Per Mnnth J SUNDAY (( Canada), Per .Month.... 50 SUNDAY, Per Y.nr 2 JII IiAII.V ANI SI'NItAV, IVr Year.... S JO DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Monih... M l-'llRKIDX ltAThl. IJA1I.Y. Per M.iiuli J.J SUNDAY. IVr Month , DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Month... I " THK KVn.VINll Sl'.V. Per Mnnth fj 'rill-: IJVIINIVtl Ml.'N. IVr Vcir .. . i JJ YHBKVKNINU SUNi t-'urrlgnl.l'cr Mo. 1 03 ' - Alt cheeks, money ordera, Ac to be trade paynblo ti TUB HUN. -headers of Tut: Su leatlnn town for the Summer months tan have Hip dally and ( Sunday ami eeiiln(T editions delivered to them In any i.irt of this country or l.urope on the terms staled boe. Ad.lrrssei 1 changed aa often an desired. Order througn ntwadealer or illrectly of Publication Offli.e. Telephone Si'uo lleekman. Published dally. Inc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 5 July 1916

WlW.lM'''tS, 'ii THE WEATHER FORECAST. Fair to-day and to-morrow; warmer in interior; moderate winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 74; lowest, 63. Detailed weather, mall ai"l marine reports on page !. tin IT SHINES FOR ALL VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 309. CARRANZANOTE A BACKDOWN TO UNITED STATES Conciliatory Tone Believed to Tavc Way for Peace ful Solution. XONEWDEJIAXDFOlt TROOPS' WITHDRAWAL Protection by Mexican Forces to American Lives and Property Pledged. LANSING EXPECTS TO HAVE REPLY TO-DAY Wilson to Make No Change However, in Guard Move ments to Border. WAfin.Ni.TO:, July 4. The long cx- prctcii note from the Carranza Gov ernment reached Washington to-day. 1: ninvfd at the Mexican Embassy i.J probably will be presented to See re ury of State I.atirlng to-morrow by KUseo Arredondo, Mexican Ambassa dor Designate. In striking contrast to the belliger ent fine of previous communications irom Mexico city the new note, accord- I ,r.g to embassy oaiclals, U decidedly ivnclllatory and Is cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 5 July 1916

.THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1910. 11 11 tcrlrs captured, Including a number of big guns, Ml polnta thus far taken by t lir- French hute been held against every coimliT nttiich, utiil tlm l-'rpnch troops ill e ltllll oi copied III orglllllllliK forllfjlng Ihe captured towns mid sones. In tliu iiiiiln the early reports Indl eato tlm stslematlc progress with which the onciislve Is being continued, r.ith'r than tiny concentrated attack on :i single rollit. Tlm Inking of Aasevlllers last Ight l considered of spccl.il Importance, in the (nun was tlm renlrn of one - f the principal German defensive organi sations. The IIkIiIIiik nl llstrces was particu larly violent. The village stretches over iwn Kilometers aiuns mu 0111 iuihu 111.11I frcmi Amlenn. Tlie French at-! tnckt-d at one eml of the village HI id gradually drove the enemy from house to house, hut have not succeuded In capturing this entlro town. Allied Wlnn t.'oeiuernlr. North of the Somme the Freneh lime , maintained their conta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 5 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1916. MEXICAN SNIPERS GOTH'S MEN CHEER SEVENTH NEW YORK FIRE ON MILITIA AT M11STRR ORhRR AT 'CAMP SCORPION Egyptian DEITIES The Utmost in Cigarettes Plain end or Cork tip PcopU of cuiure, refinement and education invnrta(y prefer Deities (a iuty other cifairt&T -tifiauifUJ lT f Connect irnt Troop 'Irnin At tacked: Kiiplncor Drops in fob. (iovnnor Orders Conle.v's Command and Also Third Sworn In To-dnv. Has a Restful Vourth Hos pital Offer From Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr. AII TO HOMIER HI' A HI) SKCO.Vh MOVES FRIDAY MONEY TS ACCEPTABLE Gloom in Camps as News Ponies of "Ponce in Sight." Yonngcst Bishop in Country Joins Irihh Jt'jrmont in a Ciune of Football. Col. Fisk Replies to Criticisms and Tralses Men of His Regiment. I a if vaHpapaH r-u ' rr: ' ;:. . l ;." " i ml n HI fMiinm mini: i:mi K lO K, fnlt 1 MOortliiR to ...A latest s.ang expression thru8h.7 1 "7"' """""'V' , border military circles, th. Kourth ' " ' .... inrju now utiricr the canvnn tir nn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 5 July 1916

itiyf "".-.-. ..V") ',''1!fY,' THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1916. 4 rap Qr.iinnr hrimr Irrrrrr Villi MV1AWU VII1JUUW BRYAN TELLS H. E. A. Indoroo siiffriiiro: IWn at Tcncliiiitf f Irrcllsjinn in OmIm- f Philosophy. APPLAr.sK KOH It KM AUKS Unllnlrv hrim VnMli.lm A nilhIM I'dn 'rrrt lii the icrral hull of lh rity CnlW :. I trips to the to'urlfK nml parka nnd vlsll with frlmlM u-iro hIo In dm ilay'ii ri'crratloim, Mi-iiiw fill" ih" dnpurtmrnls of the iiwiwliillim nnl ItH ;ittlllutei1 nrlftfR were IihnIiii; tholr own tncetlnK" mid Kiliiilliii- out a In my kHu of fpctrhcH nnil Kiiirwptlurtr, Iloforo the ilcprirttti'int of rcoliclnry nlm iitmti Ir. Wlllnril S, Snnll, iirlncliial of tin- iCnt-tcrn Willi School, WnMilnxt'iii, I' '., KXf his r-n nn for wmrliiK military training In liltsli M-hnol". Mi' Kilil Itx imrpour nun 6,000, LarueM Crowd of Con vention, (intlicrs In (iimlt'ii to lfpiir Xrhriisknn. William J. Bryan ral-orl hli vnlo In Madltdti fs(Uiir (inril'ii Inrl nlRlit galnKt militar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 5 July 1916

tit, THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1916., 75 T. R. TELLS HOW HE'D MARCH TO MEXICO Wiir lli'tlci- Tlmit I'rcM'iif (.'oii ilitions There, His Plea lo 3,000. Sl'KAKS AT OYSTKII HAY full Oratory and Elocution Nation's Curses Talks of His Brigade. I . I i Omrr. Hat, I.. I., July 4. Col. Theo Untr Itonnvrlt. tnlklntr to S.Ofln persona Ytrr In-day. declared that lip prefers war to Hie prrent conditions In Mexico, nnd thst If war mm" I"" wl" 've the un married nun of 0ster Hay a chance to join li! volunteers. Hie Colonel hadn't expected to say an till n tr. but lie was unable to look on tl'f clicerlns crowd nml remain silent. It lil first comment on the Mtxlcan jliuatlon since lie declared, nfter the Clil mpn romeiitlone. that lie was out of ol!t.'- and It Wits the first public word that ha" come from lilin regarding Ills plans to lead a division of troops "into Mexico I" cv.tit of war. These uttei.utces at the greatest rvuilti nf July celebration this vllhiKe hm hfld In IK S63 years proved t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 5 July 1916

6 .'THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, .JULY 5, 1916. "DOUBLED FIST" IS DECRIED BY WILSON Supposedly JWors tn Mexico In Speech to Lnlior Federation. PRAISES CLAYTON ACT Says ire Is Sorry Judges Had to lie Enlightened in Regard to Tt. WAsittvnTON, July 4. President wll on smphaslned th worthiness nf pa tlnc 'and tolernmw tn International affairs In speech delivered nt Hie dedi cation of the new home of Die American Federation of Labor her to-day. The nm willingness to live and lot live which he emphasized In his rppech at th New York Tress Ctuh last Friday was pui forward again to-day ns an In deg of what he Is thinking about on the Mexican problem. Mr. Wilson's plea for calm counsel Drought repe.ited nppuuso from the orowd, who apparently Interpreted It as having an Indirect bearing on the Mexi can crisis. The President, however, did not refer to Mexico or any other foreign country tty name. "The. way ue generally strive for rights." he said, "Is by getting our lighting blood up, and I venture to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 5 July 1916

PATRIOTISM RULES ON NOISELESS 4TH Prrpnrpdnoss Xntc Sounds Tlirnusrlimit City ns Dorln ratlon Is HpmI. MAY01J mOES TUATXINO r.nrkfi. Squnrrs ntul TMny. promuN filvpii Over 1o Phj; pnnfs nnd Paticos. The Pirlt of 191 vied with that of It, yesterday In a. cc.lehratlon of Inde pendence Hay thnt wan carried Into every nock and corner of Hie city. Dur lnr alt the weeks that the hundreds of mm and women have been laboring to make a niece's of the. proRrninme Inld out h' the Mayor's committee the pre. purei'iie.i note has been accented, So ynnerlay wherever the flap waved and the Declaration of Independence wae red and the gift of speech was ex MMtcrl the thought wbh driven home that the people of our lime have h re rpnnlhl Ity not lees than that of 140 jfari uro. Taken by and large It was n cele bration urli a Mnvnr tiaynor dreamed when he conceived the Idea of festivity with s.ifety and canity. The, weather a Meal. There were solemn cere monies, historical vagrants, games, djnees, fong f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 5 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1916. 9 ft Exempt from N. Y. State Tax 1st Mtge. 5 Bonds Secured by an absolute First Mortgage on all property. Stringent mortgage provisions adequate depreciation re serve regular maintenance expenditures. Replacement value of property more than 67 in excess of bonds outstanding. Net Earnings more than two and one-quarter times Bond Interest. Full particulars on re quest for Circular AD-19 N.W.Halsey&Co 49 Wall Street, New York 11itlan'ih Chlnwn in r"rnclso llcaton llaltlrnore Cleve'and Jily liitf Circular A comprehensive list el car fully trlnttd muniriBtl, rail road tnd public utility cor poration bonds, which wt recommend for mrcstmtnt. Send for Circular 91 Harris, FiricstCs fin Srroot. Comor WIHIam NEW YORK Carbon Steel Vandalia Ry. FREDERIC H. HATCH & CO. I'honv Broad S140. :M Broad HI., New Tork. Private telephone to Boston and Philadelphia. Indian Refining Common&Preferred Wotatloni and Information t'pmlttqueit Gnde, Winmill Co. Mtmltr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 5 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1916. ' 44 ' 9 New Loan $6,000,000 Canadian Northern Railway 6 Secured Gold Notes Dated July 10, 1916 Due $3,000,000 July 10, 1917 Due $3,000,000 July 10, 1918 Princlp.1 and Int.re.t p.y.bl. In Unlfd St.U. Cold In N.w York, alao p.y.bl. in Toronto. Intere.t p.y.bl. January 10 and July 10. Guaranty Tru.t Co., N.w York, Truite.. The direct , obligation of the Company, specifically secured by pledge with the Trustee, of $9,115,140 par value of Canadian Northern Railway System underlying first mortgage securities, guaranteed, principal and interest, as follows: $3,569,947 Canadian Northern Alberta Railway Co. 3hco 50-Year Debenture Stock. due April I. 1962. guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada. $1,539,982 Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Co. 3J.a 50-Year Debenture Stock, due May 19. 1961. guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada. $1,975,839 Canadian Northern Railway Co. 4 Debenture Stock, due January 23, 1939, guaranteed by the Province of Saskatchewan. $2,029,3...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 5 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1916. Safe and Sane Celebration of the Fourth Is Staged in More Than One Hundred Places Without a Mishap 10 GOTHAM'S BIG ' . ATHLETE ARMY IS MOBILIZED At Lcnst 10,000 Compete in Safe mid Sane 0 ames. EVERY TYPE AND AIL NATIONS JiEPBESENTED n- nt.MKi., Willi athletic competitions In more than onn hundred parka and play- rounds tiirutit-lioiit the city, the fifth annunl Hafe ami Satin celebration of, Inde prudence Day vena starred wjthniit) even a Mniile, mlelinp yesterday. All thought:! of tlrcworhs and other dead ly accessories of the! "Kourtli V of yorea fK illKprllcd In the dneli for prlr.es offrieil by lh Mnynr'a Independence Pay rominlttcc. Patriotic exercises were- features everywhere. It was estimated that 1(1,000 competed and nt least 300,000 limited on. The success at tho day was a mighty ' tribute to tho late Mayor Uaynor, who) In instituting the athletlo celebration, I held that the boys of New York would prefer tho cinder path and the striving ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 5 July 1916

,1 -i, .... W 11 THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1916. Cnce Robbies Boys Celebrate Their Independence by Pushing Blundering Giants Into Sixth Position SUPERBAS TWICE TROUNCE GIANTS AT POLO GROUNDS c jfPw Yorks Fall Into Sixth lm.p Scores, 7 to i i ud 0 (o 8. O'DAV BANISHES KAUFF; MOWHEY'S URKAT' STEAL nt rnK.nK.nirK n. i.ikb. Jf th OlHtit rooters harbored :i de lusion veilrday morning tlmt the Brook lyn Surf rbax w not free ninl lnl pendent rPl" and ""V ""I "r fnrced to acknon ledge fealty to thr tfonr of rtomughl .lotm MKIraw, thr Dodgers awakened them by their Fourth of .Inly celebration on this fob) Oround. Worn the night set In, The ftrpernas cterd.iy severed the hit bonds which held them to their eni Manhattan taskmasters, and gave Jurlner prwi in iiii-n iiiuT-ecoi,.ii'-D vy uneirlfg the Giants In both sections of tli Harlem holiday bill. In the after breakfast game the Dobbin fluttered law o 7 to t tctory. while In the big lilt In the afternoon the, l-'lathush boe nere not ptrnn-d...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 5 July 1916

e , THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1916; 12 Big Independence Day Crowd Sees Captain E. B. Cassatt's Red, White and Blue Carried to Victory at Aqueduct V RED, WHITE AND BLUE IN FRONT IN THE CARTER Trial by Jury CmtIos National Color (o Victory jit, Aiio(liicl. ormksdai.k is skfoxp And shout ukass third An Independent' Day crowd of 15,000 persons saw the appropriate reil. while and blue of C;iil. K. II. Cisa.it t cnrrleil to victory by Trial by .lury In one or the most thrilling r.ieea ever run for the historic Carter Handicap yesterduy at lb Aqueduct track. The success of Capt. Csatt'n four-) car-old eon of Hair Play lYInccss Chic meant the downfall of many more fancied horse, ft. T. Wilson, Jr.'a Ormesdale finished second, a length back, and the Imported Short Grass was third, the smallest of margins Mhlnd the Wilson colt. It was the red, white nnd blue curled by Trial by Jury that made the victory In keeping with the day, but although the crowd was .1 v-'trliitlc one. It allow ed tht ...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
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